Jeezy Reportedly Ordered To Pay Over $111,000 For Stealing A Song

The veteran rap star apparently claimed he wasn't properly served.

(AllHipHop News) It looks like Jeezy is about to be out of over $111,000. According to TMZ, a judge ordered the Atlanta rapper to pay Edaz Redden over a legal dispute involving a released song.

The website reports:

In docs, the judge entered a default judgment in favor of Edaz, who sued Jeezy back in 2015 alleging he gave an "I Ball, I Stunt" demo to a producer ... only to later see the same title, composition and chorus on a Jeezy track.

"I Ball, I Stunt" appeared on the 2011 mixtape The Real Is Back. The track was produced by Super Ced and featured Scrilla.

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